Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and his visiting Bolivian counterparthave taken part in football game in Tehran.
Morales arrived in Tehran on Tuesday for talks with Ahmadinejad which are expected to focus on energy, industry and trade.
The two countries will be discussing the details of a plan for $287m of Iranian investment in Bolivia.
During the match, in which the presidents were joined by Iranian players, Morales passed the ball to Ahmadinejad who scored for the Iranian-Bolivian presidential team. Several top Iranian players, including Karim Baqeri, Majidi, Vahid Taleblou, and Mojtaba Jabbari, also played in the match on Tuesday in Tehran, IRNA reported.
In the match, Morales passed the ball to the Iranian president and Ahmadinejad scored a goal for the Iranian-Bolivian presidential team.
Fifty-year-old Bolivian president is a keen footballer and plays the game frequently, often with local teams.
In 2007, he played a match at 6,000 meters above sea level in a protest against efforts to stop Bolivia playing its international fixtures at high altitude. And in 2006, he suffered a broken nose in a clash with a goalkeeper.